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# Let m1, m2,….. mn be pairwise relatively prime integers

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Problem 29E

Let m1, m2,….. mn be pairwise relatively prime integers greater than or equal to 2. Show that if a ? b (mod mi) for i = 1,2,…, n, then a ? b (mod m). where m = m1, m2,….. mn (This result will be used in Exercise 30 to prove the Chinese remainder theorem. Consequently, do not use the Chinese remainder theorem to prove it.)

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